Two secret pop-up dinners take place Thursday– one with a white theme, the other with a black theme.
Funeral services were held Saturday for four young children who died in a fire in Southwest Philadelphia last month.
Digital Ferret Compact Discs has been a Queen Village fixture for about 20 years, but owner Patrick Rodgers says he’s looking to close the store Sept. 1
A new self-guided tour celebrating food in various cultures is coming to the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology from September through December.
Philadelphia’s third annual “Diner En Blanc,” a first-ever food truck event in Franklin Square, and more eating choices at Sugarhouse Casino are on the menu for this week’s “What’s Cooking,”
Dr. Ted Christopher was on the governor’s task force creating new statewide guidelines for how pain drugs should be administered in emergency departments throughout Pennsylvania.
The culture of Ghana was on display in South Philadelphia Saturday at the 2014 Sankofa Festival.
KYW’s Hadas Kuznits reports on a new restaurant in center city that’s proud of its hummus, a smartphone app to make your shopping trips easier, and the next “Night Market” street fair, in West Philly.
Police said the body of the woman found in the 3000 block of Holme Avenue has been identified as 46-year-old Constance Murray.
Eighteen-year-old Bethany Burgess was among 400 student workers at the “Work Ready Expo,” showcasing what she learned during her summer employment.
A new Greek “taverna” in Radnor, a hangout for Temple University students in North Philadelphia, and a promotional event for Sugarhouse Casino are on this week’s “What’s Cooking” agenda.
“We want to get into some other issues that we weren’t really able to get into under the Tea Party banner,” says president Teri Adams.
John Lundberg, director of operations and logistics with Recruit Military, said this veterans’ job fair isn’t just for those finishing their military service, but also for those in charge of hiring in the private sector.
This week, Hadas reports on a new Japanese barbecue restaurant near the Barnes Museum, a new Polynesian-themed bar in Fishtown, and how a legendary South Philly cheese-and-meat store is celebrating its big anniversary.
“We’ve been made familiar with the bomb shelter and we’ve been made familiar what to do when the Code Red siren goes off,” says Max Newman, of Blue Bell, Pa.